Rona Green 'The Surgeon' 2010. Hand coloured linocut.
    Rona Green 'Dutch' 2009. Han coloured linocut.
    Rona Green 'Dusty Rhodes' 2011. Hand coloured linocut.
    Rona Green 'Pascal' 2017. Hand coloured linocut.


Animal Instinct: Rona Green artist talk

6 Jul 12:30pm -
6 Jul 1:30pm

344 Swanston Street
Melbourne VIC


Rona Green

Celebrated printmaker Rona Green is a fancier of Egyptian art, science fiction, B-grade movies, secret societies, tattooing traditions, combat sports, subcultures and the animal kingdom. Of course her work had to be in the new RMIT Gallery exhibition My Monster: The human animal hybrid (29 June – 18 August).

Her street-wise, anthropomorphic prints, paintings, poppets and drawings explore ideas about the nature of individuality – and are both human animal, and animal human.

Green’s gives us a world where “dogs postulate as stand-over men, cats are villainous masterminds and rabbits become fierce cyber warriors.” (Bendigo Advertiser, 2017)

Join us for a discussion about the world of printmaking – cutting, carving, and treating, inking, pressing – and Green’s long fascination with the hybrid.


Image: Rona Green, Shitehawk vs. Dirck ‘Foo-Foo’ De Cock (detail), 2015. Hand coloured linocut. Photo courtesy of the artist.